Microsoft Australia and its OEM & carrier partners announced various pricing options for Windows Phone 7 devices.
Telstra, has two devices available at launch– HTC 7 Mozart will be available for free ($0) upfront on a $49 plan with a 24 month contract. And, LG Optimus 7Q with a slide-out keyboard will be available on a special consumer plan with unlimited national calls, SMS, MMS and 3GB of monthly data allowance for $0 upfront on a $129 plan with a 24 month contract. (This special plan will be available at the end of the month, may be soon after launch.)
HTC HD7 isn’t available at launch. It’s officially slated to be available exclusively through Telstra next year in 2011.
Optus will be offering both LG Optimus 7 (without slide-out keyboard) and Samsung Omnia 7 for $0 upfront with a $79 Optus Cap plan for consumers and $79 Business Complete Ultimate plan for enterprise on 24 month contracts.
Finally, Vodafone will be offering HTC 7 Trophy however pricing hasn’t been revealed.